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AeroMexico Hijacking - 09 Sep 2009
AeroMexico Hijacking - 09 Sep 2009
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September 09, 2009
Police and rescue team members stand around a Boeing 737 plane at International Airport in Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
Police and rescue team members stand around a Boeing 737 plane at International Airport in Mexico City...
Police and rescue team members stand around a Boeing 737 plane at International Airport in Mexico City September 9, 2009. An AeroMexico passenger plane was hijacked in Mexico on Wednesday and flown to the Mexican capital, but all of the around 100 passengers and crew got off the plane and five suspects were detained soon afterward, Mexican media said. Five handcuffed men were brought off the Boeing 737 plane on the tarmac at Mexico City international airport by police, shortly after around 100 passengers and the crew descended safely from the aircraft, local television images showed. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO TRANSPORT CRIME LAW)
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September 10, 2009
Police and rescue team members storm a Boeing 737 plane at the international airport in Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Police and rescue team members storm a Boeing 737 plane at the international airport in Mexico City
Police and rescue team members storm a Boeing 737 plane at the international airport in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. Hijackers seized the AeroMexico passenger plane in Mexico with more than 100 people on board on Wednesday but the incident ended quickly and without bloodshed. Nine suspects were originally detained at the airport but police said there was only one hijacker. The others appeared to have been passengers caught up in the drama. REUTERS/Policia Federal/Handout (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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September 10, 2009
Bolivian-born Jose Flores (C) is taken away by police officers at the international airport in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
Bolivian-born Jose Flores is taken away by police officers at the international airport in Mexico City...
Bolivian-born Jose Flores (C) is taken away by police officers at the international airport in Mexico City September 9, 2009. Flores claimed to be on a divine mission while hijacking an AeroMexico Boeing 737 with more than 100 people aboard, but the incident ended quickly and without bloodshed.
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September 09, 2009
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia accused of hijacking...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Flores from Bolivia accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane...
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. The hijacker of a passenger plane seized in Mexico on Wednesday was born in Bolivia and said he was on a divine mission, Mexican Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna told a news conference. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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September 10, 2009
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of...
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. The hijacker of a passenger plane seized in Mexico on Wednesday was born in Bolivia and said he was on a divine mission, Mexican Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna told a news conference. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
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September 09, 2009
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of...
Mexican Federal Police present to the media Jose Mar Flores Pereira from Bolivia, the man accused of hijacking an AeroMexico plane in Mexico City, September 9, 2009. The hijacker of a passenger plane seized in Mexico on Wednesday was born in Bolivia and said he was on a divine mission, Mexican Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna told a news conference. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
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September 09, 2009
Federal police arrive at International Airport in Mexico City September 9, 2009. An AeroMexico passenger...
Mexico City, Mexico
Federal police arrive at International Airport in Mexico City
Federal police arrive at International Airport in Mexico City September 9, 2009. An AeroMexico passenger plane was hijacked in Mexico on Wednesday and flown to the Mexican capital, but all of the around 100 passengers and crew got off the plane and five suspects were detained soon afterward, Mexican media said. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
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September 10, 2009
A bomb disposal specialist sits near a Boeing 737 plane parked at the international airport in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
A bomb disposal specialist sits near a Boeing 737 plane parked at the international airport in Mexico...
A bomb disposal specialist sits near a Boeing 737 plane parked at the international airport in Mexico City September 9, 2009. A hijacker seized the AeroMexico passenger plane in Mexico with more than 100 people on board on Wednesday, smuggling a false bomb on board and threatening to blow up the aircraft if he could not warn the president of what he said was an impending earthquake, police said. REUTERS/Policia Federal/Handout (MEXICO CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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